Studio level vocals in an easy-to-use stompbox.
Combining sophisticated sound with simple operation, the VE-2 Vocal Harmonist delivers a complete effects solution for all singers, particularly those that perform with guitar. This portable, battery-powered stompbox has everything you need to create polished, studio-quality sounds everywhere you sing, from concert stages and street performances to practicing and having fun at home.
The VE-2 magically creates beautiful harmonized vocals that follow your singing, with pitch that automatically tracks the chords played on a connected guitar, a preset key, or a combination of the two. Using one of these three operation modes, it's easy to create perfect real-time harmonies in any key, even if you have no experience with gear or music theory.
In addition to harmony, the VE-2 provides essential effects to enhance your voice, such as high-quality reverb/delay and an enhancer with real-time pitch correction. Also included is a USB audio function that allows you to connect to your computer and easily capture impressive VE-2 vocal sounds for music recordings, social media videos, and more.
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Comments about Boss VE-2 Vocal Harmonist Multi-Effects Pedal:
This harmonist box, which can intelligently synch harmonies based on guitar through-put (maybe keyboard?? haven't tried that yet), makes life easier by not having to change the key signature setting every time the music modulates, although you can still manually set the key. This synch feature makes this box a worthy successor to the older model Boss harmonist. Granted, it is not the most sophisticated harmonist available, but others are considerably more expensive, and may be more complicated to use. Complicated may be fine for studio work, but in a gig situation you want it to be as simple and idiot-proof as possible. Designed to be a stomp box sitting on the floor, I actually have it mounted on a mic stand to operate by hand, more convenient than stooping to change settings every time. Harmonies are based on octave, 3rd, and 6th intervals, a bit limited. Come on, what happened to the 5th? Used for horn, the high octave intervals are a bit tinny. Since I play sax, the upper octave sounds like a trumpet, which actually works for me, like having a free trumpet player sitting in the band. It will support 3-part harmonies, too. I can rapidly dial in settings in a gig situation, so its simplicity is a real plus for me.
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